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Filling the Grand River with Art and Music

Filling the Grand River with Art and Music

On Saturday, September 9, more than 70 musicians, visual artists, and performers are turning the trails, bridges, and the Grand River into galleries and stages for a brand new arts festival in Brantford: Day on the Grand.
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Ontario Heritage Week

Ontario Heritage Week

In 1985, the Ontario government designated the third week in February as Ontario Heritage Week.
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Six Nations Holiday Craft Bazaar

Six Nations Holiday Craft Bazaar

Six Nations of the Grand River invites you to bring your whole family to their annual holiday craft bazaar, featuring locally made crafts, food (including local maple syrup), and baked goods.
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“When we’re gone, who will be here to tell our stories?”

“When we’re gone, who will be here to tell our stories?”

Throughout Canada, the residential school system was implemented to sever the continuity of culture from parent to child. This system was used as a tool to assimilate First Nations people into the dominant Canadian culture. The Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School, located in Brantford, was one such school.
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Discover August 2016 Events

Discover August 2016 Events

Brantford Kinsmen Annual Ribfest, Three Fires Homecoming Pow Wow, Rotary Charity Airshow and more this August in Brantford!
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TCO Networking Meeting June 2016

TCO Networking Meeting June 2016

The last TCO Networking Meeting before the summer break was as held on Thursday June 9, 2016 at the Woodland Cultural Centre. Did you miss it? Here are some of the highlights:
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First Nations Art at Woodland Cultural Centre

First Nations Art at Woodland Cultural Centre

2016 marks the 41st anniversary of First Nations Art, an exhibition that brings together works of First Nations artists practicing in a wide range of media. First Nations Art at Woodland Cultural Centre is one of the longest running annual exhibitions that provide established and emerging First Nations artists the opportunity to exhibit their work collectively, in a fine art gallery setting.
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